Category history

ATL Remembers… On The Radio, During The Conflict Friday 22 January 2016 – Archive link

From the BBC’s blog archive the story of The Bottom Line/Across the Line

A quick visit to Sarajevo – for music, beer, and heat.

It has been a long held ambition to visit Sarajevo and another to see Mostar Sevdah Reunion in concert. When it became possible to do both and go to a beer festival, I grabbed the chance.

String theory and the decade of anniversaries

This is a longer blog post that I would even read – let alone write. So here is the headline. The past is important we should learn from it. But it is the past. We need to think more about… Continue Reading →

Mourne View Museum

This from today’s Your Place and Mine on Radio Ulster. Norman Kerr showing me around his private museum near Laurencetown if (FlashDetect.installed) { $(‘flash_embed-ammeiAoxbr’).show(); $(‘quicktime_embed-ammeiAoxbr’).hide(); } else { $(‘quicktim…

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